YCCAC Transportation Services Now Back to Regular Operations
YCCAC is pleased to announce that most transportation services suspended due to COVID-19 have resumed regular operation.
All public transportation provided by YCCAC will be fare-free through February 28, 2021. There will be a maximum seating capacity permitted on each vehicle, using only available seats. All riders will be required to wear face coverings, with the exception of those with prohibitive medical conditions, those who would not be able to maintain normal functions by wearing a covering, and those who are not able to remove their mask without assistance. Children under two years should not wear face coverings. If a rider does not have a face covering, one will be provided. Please remember to cover your cough/sneeze (“cough/sneeze into your elbow”).
There will be no availability for those using the vehicles to just get out and ride around, sometimes referred to “joy riding.”
The WAVE has resumed regular operation and will be operating seven days per week, as before, and will require calling (48) hours ahead to make your reservation.
The Orange Line has begun operating on the Spring and Summer Schedule, which is available on our website or from the driver.
Sanford Transit has also returned to regular operation and will continue to operate daily, Monday through Friday, on the regular schedule.
The local rides program (also known as Shoppers Run) is back in service, requiring advance reservation.
The Tuesday service for the Town of Kennebunk, Kennebunk In-Town Transportation (KITT) has commenced its regular schedule, under the same operating requirements as noted above.
The Monday through Friday Southern Maine Connector service from Springvale to the Saco Transportation Center has also returned to its regular operation, under the same operating requirements as noted above.
As previously announced, the award-winning seasonal program, Shoreline Explorer, has been suspended for the 2020 season.